French 75 recipe. Spiced Apple Cocktail. Spiced Apple Cocktail The only apples native to North America are crab apples.
Different varieties of apples were brought to North America by colonists in the 17th century. Reverend William Blaxton is credited with planting the first apple orchard in North America in 1625. Ingredients: 1 teaspoon sugar1 teaspoon cinnamon1 tablespoon simple syrup1 1/2 ounces spiced rum3 1/2 ounces apple juice2 dashes amarettoApple slices, to garnish Directions: To prepare the cocktail glass, rub the rim of the glass with simple syrup.Combine the cinnamon and sugar on a plate and roll the rim of the glass in the cinnamon and sugar mixture.Shake the spiced rum, apple juice, amaretto and 1/8 teaspoon of the cinnamon and sugar mixture in a cocktail shaker with ice.Strain the contents of the shaker into the prepared cocktail glass.Garnish with the apple slices, and serve.
All images and text © for The Drink Kings. Spice 75 recipe. BBC Food - Recipes - Pisco sour. Gin-Campari Sour Cocktail Recipe. Sometimes we like cocktails to have a bit of an aggressive bite; other times, we’re looking to round them out a bit.
Gin, Campari, and lemon are three ingredients that pair beautifully, but all have their sharp edges. Adding an egg white helps mellow and integrate these flavors without muting them, while also contributing a silky texture and an opacity that’s quite elegant in a vividly colored drink. Featured in: Why Raw Egg Whites Make Better Cocktails Gin-Campari Sour A bright, crisp gin cocktail given depth by Campari and orange bitters and smoothed out with egg white.
Ingredients 1 1⁄2 oz. gin, such as Plymouth brand 3⁄4 oz. 3⁄4 oz. fresh lemon juice 1 egg white 1 dash orange bitters 1 small orange wedge, to garnish Instructions In a cocktail shaker, combine the gin, Campari, lemon juice, simple syrup, bitters, and egg white, and shake until combined. Rhubarb Fizz Cocktail. Mother’s Day is coming up, did you know that?
It is time to get mom a special gift and say thank you for all that she did and still does for us. My mom loves rhubarb, and when I saw this drink (she loves those too) in this month’s Martha Stewart Living, I knew that this would make her very happy. If I am being honest, I was a little scared of rhubarb. First, It is one of those words that I never spell correctly (like definitely and particularly, why do those words always trip me up?) And secondly, it is has the reputation of being incredibly sour. When I have people over, I like to make one special drink and serve it when people arrive. 1 cup Dixie Crystals sugar 1 cup water 1 vanilla bean, split and seeded 1 1/4 cups fresh rhubarb, finely chopped Add all of the ingredients to a medium saucepan.
Bring to a boil over medium heat, and let cook for 3 minutes, or until rhubarb is tender. I strained mine because I did not want the pulp in my drink. Rhubarb mojito + a giveaway. Intro CONTEST IS CLOSED.
A winner was selected and contacted. Thanks to all who entered! It was a joy to introduce so many of you to Noonday Collection. Sometimes you take baby steps and sometimes you leap. There are times when a task feels like a mountain and other times you jump over them like molehills. There are mornings when getting out of bed seems impossible and others where you are so excited for the day you can’t sleep. At times it rains and others when the sun warms your face casting a rosy tint to your cheeks. Sometimes the words are plentiful and eloquent, other times they are bulky and incoherent. There is a time to selflessly serve and a time to humbly ask for help. There are seasons of planting and pruning and times when the harvest is fruitful. The challenge lies in finding the purpose and joy in it all.
This is a lesson that I’m currently learning or I should say re-learning. This pleasantly pink brew is the perfect accessory for spring. 10 Prosecco cocktails you can make in minutes. The light flavour and delicate fizz of Prosecco make it an ideal candidate for imaginitive mixing.
Try the following blending ideas for sophisticated party drinks, and if you need a hand, our video guide to making Prosecco cocktails should help you hone your skills. Prosecco royaleMix one part crème de cassis with 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and top with three parts prosecco. Skewer a couple of blueberries onto a sprig of thyme and drop into the glass to serve. Rose-ecco Invented by Sophie Dahl - fill a glass with Prosecco and pour one tablespoon of rose syrup down the inside of the glass so that it slides to the bottom.
Bakewell FizzPlace a Kirsch-soaked cherry along with one tablespoon of Kirsch in the bottom of a Champagne flute. Cherry-Thyme Champagne Cocktail Recipe.